JULY 28, 29, 30, 2017

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ADVANCED TACTICAL COURSE  

10:00AM - 11:00AM

Saturday July 29th Cost: Free


1:00PM - 3:00PM

Saturday July 30th Cost: Free



10:00AM - 11:00AM

Sunday July 30th  Cost: Free


1:00PM - 3:00PM

Sunday July 30th  Cost: Free


ADVANCED TACTICAL COURSE

What is the Advanced Tactical Course.

We will ramp up the pace and work your skills. This course is not for beginners and a working knowledge of your weapon is necessary prior to participating. Among other skills and tactics we will be, moving and shooting, utilizing barricades, shooting steel on the move, shooting at distance, and more. This course starts to really pick up the pace so please be prepared by adhering to our requirements and equipment list.


What You Need to Bring.

Carbine: It is required to have your own firearm for this course. In some cases we may have firearms to loan if you are unable to meet this requirement. Red dot, some low power variable scopes, or holographic optics with back-up iron sights are recommended and preferred.


Magazines: You will need at least 2 magazines, if you have more we suggest you bring them.


Pistol: Recommended that you have a good pistol


Pistol Magazines: You will need at least 3 magazines for semi-automatic pistols or 2 speed loaders for revolvers, if you have more we suggest you bring them.


Ammunition: 150 rounds of carbine ammunition and 50 rounds of pistol ammo are recommended for this course!


Holster and magazine pouches/holders: It is imperative to have a properly functioning holster that is designed for each one of your specific weapons. Quality tactical magazine pouches are necessary. Having these will make life much easier for you.Your magazine pouch/holder should hold at least 2 magazines or speed loaders. Good quality leather or Kydex style will work fine. For this class a paddle or belt holster will be most effective.


Slings: A good single point sling is recommended but double points work also.


Hearing and eye protection: Please bring shooting glasses and ear protection. Muff style ear protection is best.


Appropriate clothing: We will spend the majority of the time on the range so we highly recommend clothing that protects your entire body, including long sleeve shirts. Good foot wear is also a must, no sandals or open toe shoes. A hat will help keep the sun out of your eyes and protect you. We will shoot during minimal rain unless lighting is a risk, so please be prepared for inclement weather.


Sun Screen: A must!